Earth and Planetary Surface Processes

EPSP pod discussions this week

  • 1.  EPSP pod discussions this week

    Posted 12-13-2020 21:28

    Hi all,


    The AGU meeting is going into the third week. Last week was packed with excellent talks and posters, along with a wonderful and moving EPSP award ceremony during the annual Business Meeting. It was recorded and will be available soon, in case you missed it. This week we have scheduled three informal meetings for the EPSP community, accessed via the AGU meeting pods. Once you get to the pod, you can link to a zoom meeting and talk with colleagues.


    best,

    Dorothy, Gordon, Kimberly and Noah



    EPSP pod conversations for week of December 14 (all times San Francisco)

    Access via meeting lobby -> network -> pods -> pod number -> Zoom link


    Monday, December 14, 10:00-10:30 PST, Pod 1

    Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EPSP) Section: Meet your volunteer leadership & find out ways to get involved  Join us if you'd like to become part of our SuperGroup!


    Tuesday, December 15, 17:00-17:30 PST, Pod 1

    Earth and Planetary Surface Process (EPSP) Section: Meet your awardees This year's 3 awardees will be in attendance, as well as many others from past years. Come say hi and talk about EPSP science.


    Wednesday, December 16, 15:00-15:30 PST, Pod 2

    Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EPSP) Section: Meet your JGR editorial team Amy East and others will be on deck to talk about publishing EPSP science at AGU. She has a fascinating update about a special issue on fire.
      
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    Noah P. Snyder
    Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
    Earth and Environmental Sciences Department
    Boston College
    (he/his/him)